Some 2000 people gathered at Hong Lim Park in Singapore yesterday in protest against a new regulation that requires certain websites to be licenced.
Over 100 people were rescued after a Lion Air plane apparently skidded off the runway at Bali and fell into the sea; 22 were taken to hospital.
Money recovered from former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos’ Swiss bank accounts will be used to compensate victims of human rights violations during his iron-fisted rule, the Aquino administration has announced.
Why are the authorities here treading delicately and gingerly in dealing with the ‘invasion’ from Sulu? This view from the Philippines may shed some light.
The Workers’ Party has upset the PAP in the Punggol East by-election, its candidate polling 54 per cent of the votes cast. Check out the wild celebrations by WP supporters.
Now this guy makes more sense than certain politicians we know.
There is a lot more than meets the eye in global politics. And now there are attempts to rewrite history.
The Burma pro-democracy leader delivered her Nobel Peace Prize acceptance lecture in Oslo yesterday – 21 years after her son had received the award on her behalf – and received a prolonged standing ovation.